Carcassonne.  Aude: driving drunk and without a license with his 14-year-old son, sets himself on fire.

Carcassonne. Aude: driving drunk and without a license with his 14-year-old son, sets himself on fire.


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On Friday evening, it was during the patrol that the police arrested a driver who was allergic to the Highway Code.

Friday evening at 10 pm, while patrolling the Avenue du Général-Leclerc, a police force witnessed a Cadillac driver run a red light. Despite the lights and two sounds of the police car involved, the criminal continued on his journey as if nothing had happened, before entering the last stop where he could be stopped.

During the first administrative check, it was found that the driver did not have a license and that he was driving an uninsured vehicle with his 14-year-old son.

Showing all the signs of drunkenness, the suspect was asked to get out of his car, but he did not listen to the same. He was not very happy, he struggled a bit before he was caught. Transported to the precinct of the police station, the 39-year-old Capenducian was then tested for alcohol, which revealed a level of 0.75 mg per liter of expired breath (ie 1.50 grams in blood).

While under deferred custody, the 30-year-old continued to rebel, and went so far as to injure a police officer who ended up with a bloody wound on his hand. There were no complaints filed.

When he was heard after reflecting on all the facts with which he is accused, the accused confessed his full responsibility before the police officer of the court. On release, he was summoned to appear judgment on a previous conviction (CRPC). In the event of failure of this CRPC, the 30-year-old would be tried before a criminal court. Remember that his Cadillac was impounded.